Probable Cause with Sibel Edmonds: Corporate-Government Partnership towards a Lobotomized Society?

Welcome to our fifth episode of Probable Cause. For this episode we will pick up where we left off last time, and further our discussion of our current education system. We begin by addressing whether the current system naturally evolved (or devolved) into its current state, or was created by a well-calculated design. We will look into the ultimate beneficiaries of our public education system, and pose and answer questions such as: How does our current education system directly benefit the war industry? How do the mega pharmaceutical corporations directly benefit from this education system? How does our current education system directly benefit the mega government that operates as a police state? We will then assess our education system’s role as an active participant in the Mega Corporations-Government partnership towards a Lobotomized Society.

As always, I will be providing my take based on what I have been observing, through my own personal lens, reasoning and analyses, and will pose questions for you to consider. And as usual our next episode will be based on your reaction, critique, responses and questions posed in the comments section below.

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BFP Roundtable Video 5– Our Takes on NATO, Russia, Turkey & the “New Cold War”

In this edition of the BFP Roundtable, Peter B. Collins, Guillermo Jimenez, James Corbett and Sibel Edmonds discuss the latest moves in the formation of a so-called "new cold war" between NATO and Russia. We also tackle Seymour Hersh and his recent article in the London Review of Books examining Turkish involvement in the Syrian chemical weapons attack in Ghouta last year.

Processing Distortion: “Early NSA Whistleblower on Snowden’s Summer of Leaks”

Peter B. Collins Presents NSA Whistleblower Mark Klein


Mark Klein was among the first to expose the NSA's domestic wiretapping efforts. The former A T & T technician watched the construction of the secret switching room at the telecom's facility on Folsom Street in San Francisco, and described it in detail in his book, Wiring Up the Big Brother Machine....And Fighting It. In this wide ranging conversation, Klein displays deep knowledge of the surveillance state, and offers many candid comments. He praises Ed Snowden for his disclosures, embraces proposals to repeal the Patriot Act and the FISA Amendments laws of 2008 and 2012, and calls for the FISA court to be dismantled. Klein is not afraid to call out the lies of Obama, Clapper and Alexander. While he supports a deep investigation and reform of our rogue intelligence agencies, he doesn't believe the current Congress is capable of real reform, and is especially critical of Senate Intelligence chair Dianne Feinstein.

*Mark Klein worked for A T & T for 22 years, and is retired. His book is available at Amazon.com

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De-Manufacturing Consent with Guillermo Jimenez: The Notion of School as a Mechanism of Control

School's Out: Escaping the Cycle of Compulsory Public Education and Unlearning Authoritarianism

On this edition of De-Manufacturing Consent, Guillermo is joined by the author of the book Don't Do Drugs, Stay Out of School and host of Unplugged Mom Radio, Ms. Laurette Lynn. Guillermo and Laurette discuss the history of compulsory public education and its roots in the Prussian model, developed to increase industrial productivity, encourage authoritarianism, and eventually a totalitarian society. We explore the notion of school as a mechanism of control, the alternatives to this system, and how parents can regain control of their children's education.

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Geopolitics with Ryan Dawson- Episode 5: the ‘Insane asylum’ politics of Israel

Ryan Dawson Presents Dr. Finkelstein

GPDr. Norman Finkelstein joins us to discuss the 'Insane asylum' politics of the apartheid state of Israel. Gaza gained a symbolic victory after the cease fire to Israel's most recent assault "operation pillar of defense." However Israel is still refusing to lift the blockade and has increased its desire to build more internationally illegal racial colonies, which they call "settlements," on the West Bank. So what is a real pragmatic solution to this mess? Tune in, find out.

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The Reality Principle -Episode 5

Looking East: The Geopolitics of the Asia-Pacific with Binoy Kampmark

RPLogoThe Asia-Pacific region is universally recognized as being the key to 21st Century economic prosperity. It is for this reason that China and the United States find themselves engaged in a wide-ranging struggle for influence and control. From maritime disputes in the South China Sea to the implementation of the Trans-Pacific Partnership to competition for influence in Myanmar, the world's two largest economies continue to vie for hegemony in the region.

In this week's episode, Eric discusses the political and economic situation in Myanmar on the eve of the first visit by a US president in decades. Also, Eric sits down with Binoy Kampmark, lecturer and journalist based in Australia. They examine the internal politics in China against the backdrop of the Communist Party Congress as well as some of the more critical geopolitical issues facing the Asia-Pacific region.

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